Research projects

Stopping Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpes virus (KSHV) in its tracks

Researcher
Professor Adrian Whitehouse
Project period
Jan 2017 - Jun 2020
Country
Research Institute
Leeds University
Cancer types
Kaposi's sarcoma
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We currently don't have any form of antiviral or vaccine to fight Kaposi's sarcoma. Meanwhile it is becoming more and more common in some parts of the world.
Professor Adrian Whitehouse
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